Billings C'mon Inn Hotel
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... no biggie. So again we had to make an emergency pit stop on a Friday night to frantically get someone to patch her up. Im starting to think she really is running on love and duct tape. Unfortunately duct tape couldn't fix this one. But thankfully the friendly neighborhood tire store in Columbus Montana could. Oddly enough one of the guys that ...
... differ however when I am IN that pouring rain!
Just as I was exiting the Interstate into Billings I passed a Dodge dually pulling a fifth wheel with Florida plates that I am sure I passed many days ago. It was unique and stood out to me because it had a large gaggle of bicycles on a rear rack, and then 4 or 5 of those colorful things that spin in the wind. Whirlybirds maybe? I remember passing it early in my return trip home. Crazy! I still have not seen ...
... Even the road names are great - we took the Springtime Rd exit!
The next 10 miles were along generally flat farmland, with hills on either side of the Yellowstone River valley. Shortly before the little town of Columbus, we had one of 2 climbs today. It was only about half a mile, and wasn’t steep, so soon we were cruising down Main Street, looking for a mini-mart. Bought ...
... were hastily buried where they lay, and a few years later these remains were interred under a monument and their original graves marked with marble markers.
It is a humbling feeling to walk among these markers, knowing that men were fighting for the lives only a few feet and one hundred and thirty eight years away from where you stand.
There is a small museum on the battlefield, and rangers give ...
... more than 540 miles in the state!
I stopped at the site of Little Bighorn on my way to Billings. This is a part of American History I would do well to study further, because while I’m fascinated by that period when the West was being settled and I’m frankly ashamed at how we treated the native Tribes, the truth is I don’t know the details. I learned some today. Nutshell: Little Bighorn was a horrible ...